Do you have 1 – 2 years’ experience as an Account Manager within an advertising agency? Are you ambitious and energetic with lots of initiative?
You’ll get the chance to work with Air New Zealand, a well-loved New Zealand brand and run creative campaigns from concepting to production end to end. The team is focused on creating innovative and superior creative campaigns, and they have the awards to prove it!
As our Account Manager, you will establish exceptional relationships with key stakeholders and enjoy a fast-paced environment where no two days are the same. Collaboration is essential; you will be working closely with our Creative and Production departments to ensure we are exceeding client expectations and delivering to deadlines and budgets.
You must be able to maintain composure and focus under pressure, juggle a multitude of tasks and campaigns at various stages. Always ensuring that you’re true to the creative strategy and concept.
A minimum of 1- 2 years’ experience as an Account Manager within an Advertising Agency is essential.
We offer a unique culture and team environment. Although you’ll need to hit the ground running, we do provide excellent training resources and support.
Send your CV to Alicia Simpson at FCB – Alicia.email@example.com to apply now!
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To be fair, Vogel’s (another of Shine’s clients) did celebrate single fathers in its last commercial
Hi Edward, as this was a story about the talent changes in the news and current affairs programmes we chose to focus on The Project and Seven Sharp.
Kudos to Brian Slade to be the first person on this site to mention #childabuse in more than a year. Been four years since an ad agency offered to help out in this area: http://stoppress.co.nz/news/1000-hours?page=23 (link at this page to ...
Interesting post here. Affinity ID sound like a great agency. Check out our site here: https://www.terrieragency.com/
Hey Findlay, if you're talking about 7pm ratings - shouldn't you also be talking about Shortland Street on TVNZ2?
I agree with you on all accounts. This is incredibly good news in the most part, and advertisers will adapt. They always do.
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